Four new releases made the box office top 10, with The Jungle Book leading the way.

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Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book easily swung to the top of the Chinese box office in yet another quiet week during Apr 11-17. The live-action animation grossed $49.4m over its three-day opening weekend, accounting for almost half of last week’s total box office. It marks Disney’s third potential breakout hit in China this year, following Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Zootopia.

In second place, action sequel London Has Fallen held steadily with $21.17m for $45.91m after ten days.

Yang Qing’s Chongqing Hot Pot continued to sizzle in third place with $7.26m, bringing its total to $55.87m after 17 days.

Lost In White debuted in fourth with $4.22m from its first three days. Produced by Zhang Yibai, the directorial debut of cinematographer Xu Wei is a crime-thriller starring Tony Leung Ka-Fei, Tong Dawei and Zhou Dongyu.

The other two new entries were Japanese director Nobuhiro Doi’s lost youth drama Flying Colors, which opened in seventh with $3.32m from its first four days, and Nima Nourizadeh’s action-comedy American Ultra which launched in eighth with $2.01m from its first three days.

Sammo Hung’s The Bodyguard dropped to fifth with $3.96m for $49.81m after 17 days.

Zootopia ranked sixth with $3.77m and concluded its extended run on Sunday with a record-breaking $237.26m after 45 days. The runaway animation hit is currently Disney’s biggest title in China as well as the seventh-top-grossing film ever in China.

Rounding out the top 10, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice added $1.29m from $95.82m after 24 days, while Who Sleeps My Bro took $1.28m for $19.34m after 17 days.

Among the new titles for this week are My New Sassy Girl, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Yao Ting Ting’s Yesterday Once More and Peter Tsi’s Buddy Cops, all due out on April 22.